CRUX RegTech Digital Day – 28 July 2020
Be in the know of the latest developments, expertise and thought leadership on what’s shaping the regulation and compliance technology industry of today and what awaits it tomorrow with the CRUX RegTech Digital Day.
CRUX RegTech Digital Day took place on Tuesday, 28 July 2020.
Our digital days are open and free for everyone. Listen to the expert commentary and pose questions to the regtech experts, watch the videos, attend the webinars, read the news, special reports and white papers – all at your own convenience and from any location.
Agenda & topics
CRUX RegTech Digital Day
The journey to the future of regulation and compliance – trends, innovations and challenges
- The latest in regulation and compliance and how technology can help
- Utilising data intelligently and innovatively
- Digital transformation pain-points and how to resolve them
- Regtech software and solutions for the financial institutions of today and tomorrow
- What’s next in the light of the COVID-19 developments and market impact
More resources on all things regtech as part of the CRUX RegTech Digital Day:
Report: The digital drive to replace the passport in financial services
FinTech Futures publishes its latest industry report, on digital identity and fraud.
Webinar: Streamlining manual processes amid COVID-19
Experts from Banco Santander, Foxit Software and Xendoo discuss digitising paperwork during the coronavirus crisis.
The LIBOR transition: why financial organisations need to work smarter and not harder
This LIBOR solution replaces an army of paralegals with technology able to extract information from a 200-page...
Meet Equifax’s data privacy partner since 2018
FinTech Futures speaks to Active Navigation's chief revenue officer Dean Gonsowski.
Adverse media screening: a key pillar of financial crimes compliance
Can we leverage AI to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of adverse media screening?
Five ways it pays to go beyond ID-only verification
Identity verification serves many benefits to organisations seeking to build trust in their online channels.
AI and correspondent banking: de-risking doesn’t need to mean goodbye
Correspondent banking represents one of the most vexing dilemmas for financial institutions and regulators.
Data privacy versus data security: why is it so hard to have both?
Blockchain and other DLT secure data by making it immutable.
Video: pick of the week – European regulator in tech selection; new challenger bank in the US
A top pick of stories from the world of finance and tech in bitesize video format, twice a week.
Banking Tech Awards 2021 now open for entries!
The awards are open to banks, financial institutions, technology and service providers, teams and individuals.
Banking Technology May 2021 issue out now
Better together: building resilience against cyberattacks.
Lanistar secures FCA approval less than six months after regulatory warning
Lanistar also filed its unaudited accounts last month.
Singapore pledges $32m to help regtechs take POCs to market
Welcome to “the Valley of the Valuable POCs”, says MAS chief fintech officer
French watchdog says banks risk “marginalisation” by Big Tech payment apps
The paper focuses on Big Tech-associated threats to competition.
HSBC CEO Colin Bell joins board of AML fintech Quantexa
HSBC has used Quantexa to develop an AI solution to better identify financial crime.
Blockchain compliance firm Securrency raises $30m in Series B round
The new injection will help Securrency’s expansion in the UAE and the US.
Video: fintech news pick of the week – Santander, Starling & more
A top pick of stories from the world of finance and tech in video format, weekly.
UK takes first steps towards CBDC with launch of new taskforce
The taskforce will now set out to identify the UK’s use cases for a CBDC.